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GNU %s %s

Copyright (C) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Written by Brendan O'Dea <bod@debian.org>
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`%s' generates a man page out of `--help' and `--version' output.

Usage: %s [OPTION]... EXECUTABLE

-n, --name=STRING description for the NAME paragraph
-s, --section=SECTION section number for manual page (1, 6, 8)
-m, --manual=TEXT name of manual (User Commands, ...)
-S, --source=TEXT source of program (FSF, Debian, ...)
-L, --locale=STRING select locale (default "C")
-i, --include=FILE include material from `FILE'
-I, --opt-include=FILE include material from `FILE' if it exists
-o, --output=FILE send output to `FILE'
-p, --info-page=TEXT name of Texinfo manual
-N, --no-info suppress pointer to Texinfo manual
--help print this help, then exit
--version print version number, then exit

EXECUTABLE should accept `--help' and `--version' options and produce output on
stdout although alternatives may be specified using:

-h, --help-option=STRING help option string
-v, --version-option=STRING version option string
--version-string=STRING version string
--no-discard-stderr include stderr when parsing option output

Report bugs to <bug-help2man@gnu.org>.
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Report +(?:[\w-]+ +)?bugs|Email +bug +reports +to
Translators: patterns are used to match common program output. In the source
these strings are all of the form of "my $PAT_something = _('...');" and are
regular expressions.  If there is more than one commonly used string, you
may separate alternatives with "|".  Spaces in these expressions are written
as " +" to indicate that more than one space may be matched.  The string
"(?:[\\w-]+ +)?" in the bug reporting pattern is used to indicate an
optional word, so that either "Report bugs" or "Report _program_ bugs" will
be matched.
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The full documentation for
.B %s
is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the
.B info
and
.B %s
programs are properly installed at your site, the command
.IP
.B info %s
.PP
should give you access to the complete manual.
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Additional material may be included in the generated output with the
.B \-\-include
and
.B \-\-opt\-include
options. The format is simple:

[section]
text

/pattern/
text
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Blocks of verbatim *roff text are inserted into the output either at
the start of the given
.BI [ section ]
(case insensitive), or after a paragraph matching
.BI / pattern /\fR.
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Patterns use the Perl regular expression syntax and may be followed by
the
.IR i ,
.I s
or
.I m
modifiers (see
.BR perlre (1)).
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Lines before the first section or pattern which begin with `\-' are
processed as options. Anything else is silently ignored and may be
used for comments, RCS keywords and the like.
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Any
.B [NAME]
or
.B [SYNOPSIS]
sections appearing in the include file will replace what would have
automatically been produced (although you can still override the
former with
.B --name
if required).
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Other sections are prepended to the automatically produced output for
the standard sections given above, or included at
.I other
(above) in the order they were encountered in the include file.
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